Welcome to VIDA Products
VIDA Products, Inc. supplies critical RF (Radio Frequency) and Microwave components and subsystems for defense, satellite, scientific/industrial, homeland security and broadband wireless infrastructure. The company's current products provide the highest quality signal generation available for applications which demand broad tuning bandwidth, spectral purity, extended temperature range, and microphonic/phase hit free performance. VIDA Products, Inc. develops and delivers solutions that operate under rugged defense and industrial field conditions by utilizing previously proven, and currently enhanced, YIG technologies combined with advanced design and verification methods.
The basic technology for our products has been in moderate production since 1994 and has been under continuous improvement. Over 8,000 similar signal sources are now in use and we are continuing to enhance the VIDA product line. VIDA Products, Inc. intends to use its key, patent protected, proprietary knowledge of YIG technology and engineering to develop a new line of products featuring extremely low power drain, and additional embedded intelligence. This will enhance our ability to address applications in jam-proof satellite communications, electronic warfare and specialized sensor systems.
VIDA's products demonstrate industry-leading microphonic, vibration and shock resistant performance, along with significant advances in phase hit elimination over extended temperature ranges. These capabilities provide a distinct competitive advantage that will be difficult for potential competitors to duplicate. Central to that advantage is VIDA's patented core technology in Yttrium Iron Garnet (YIG) oscillators.
VIDA's products provide solutions to the a wide range of military applications including radar, anti-jam mobile satellite terminals, control links for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and RF threat simulation. Commercial applications include sensor systems, test and measurement, satellite communications and broadband wireless RF/Microwave/Millimeterwave radio networks.
Site updated August 14, 2010